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    Suspension Part Listings

    How about having a sticky with all the aftermarket suspension parts that's available for the WRX? That way, we can use this as a reference to order parts and know what is available.

    I'll start with some known parts that I have. Please post here if you have some part numbers that we can add to the listings. Thanks!

    Cusco
    Front 21mm Sway Bar 666 311 A21
    Rear 22mm Adjustable Sway Bar 666 311 BJ22

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    Type Flex Coilovers DSS28-61SS1
    Electronic Damping Force Controller EDK01-14140
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    Struts

    ILP Performance Double adjustable struts.
    P/N ILPKONIDA1
    $1200 + exchange. sales@ilpperformance.com
    works with any aftermarket or stock spring
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    JIC FLT-A2

    The top of the line FLT-A2's feature 50mm pistons, 15 way adjustable dampening, pillow ball top hats with front camber adjustability, ride height adjustment through spring perch and the body of the strut can be adjusted up or down into the strut mount. This is very important for the long travel suspension of the Impreza, allowing you to keep all of your suspension travel when lowering your car.

    email Kevin@pkzero.com for best pricing



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    mmm, those look nice (and expensive )
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    Actually, I just bought some stock that a company wanted to unload. I have a few sets of FLT-A2's that I am selling for $1600. They are brand new. The company was talked into buying them when they really didn't need them. I saved a ton, now you can too.
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    Ive just recently installed the JIC's on my car. Installation was simple, even though I did it on the ground, and the resulting handling is phenominal.

    Kevin, what spring rates are the ones on your car? And are the springs black, like in the picture, or are the purple?

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    Joe, the springs that come with them are purple. If you order extra springs, they usually come in black. I am a retailer for them. I just happened to be doing a fellow non Subey retailer a favor by unloading his Subey stock of JIC stuff. I still have one set of FLT-A2s at $1600. Once they are gone, my regular price is $1650.
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    what are the spring rates on the jic flt-a2 coilovers? I'm looking for front between
    215-240lbs and rear 170-210lbs or if the rates are the same front and back somewhere
    between 180-220lbs please let me know i'm looking to buy soon!

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    The softest springs you can order your JICs with, while retaining your warranty is 393/281(7k/5k.) Keep in mind these spring rates are used to control the dampeners. What STI and others use are designed to control their own dampeners. JIC suspension is not Cadillac suspension. The 8k/6k setup is too stiff for most people, but the 7/5 setup only annoys the biggest of weanies. (just kidding all you weanies out there) Seriously though, these have been redamped and sprung for the American market. The JDM setup is way stiffer.
    Kevin

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